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Swiss Chard Rolls

Positive Vitality Swiss Chard Rolls are Gluten Free, Egg Free, Dairy Free, Vegan

See more food allergy and intolerance info here

 

Positive Vitality Swiss Chard Rolls

Recipe Ingredients

  • Chard / Cabbage, raw x 1
  • Humus home-made x 6 heaped Tbs see recipe here
  • Parsley Pesto with Ginger x 6tsp see recipe here
  • White rice, easy, boiled x 6Tbs heaped

 

Cooking Instructions & Notes

  1. Prepare the homemade humus and parsley and ginger pesto.

Alternatively you can use humus and pesto both in shop.

Personally I think that nothing will beat the home made taste and it’s better value for money as well.

  1. Wash and lightly steam the chard/cabbage (chard has softer leaves than cabbage that’s why requires less steaming time, approx.2min).
  2. Carefully place all leaves on the plate.
  3. Prepare 2 plates: on one you will be rolling up the rolls with filling and on the second one you will place the ready rolls.
  4. Put one chard leave on the plate, in the middle place 1/2Tbs of rice, than 1/2tsp of pesto and 1/2Tbs of humus and roll all together.

Bear in mind that chard leaves are quite small and you will have to use more fillings for bigger leaves, like cabbage.

I made my humus and pesto with extra virgin olive oil and flax oil, both shouldn’t be heated, so I was serving it cold.

If you prefer to eat it as a warm dish (place in the oven for 5-10min at 150C) do not use extra virgin oils.

Store in a fridge for up to 1 week

 

Preparation Time

chard rolls

steaming 2min

preparation 10-15min

humus

soaking chickpeas min 6h,

cooking chickpeas 10-15min,

preparation 10min

pesto

preparation 5min

 

Nutritional Value here

By | 2017-02-01T12:40:20+00:00 October 4th, 2015|Lunch, Recipes, Uncategorized|0 Comments

About the Author:

Ola Van Zyl is Owner of Positive Vitality Nutritional Therapy, Health Coach, Corporate Nutrition Specialist, Sports Nutrition Specialist and Public Speaker. Ola is a graduate of the Institute of Health Sciences in Nutritional Therapy, Dietary Counselling and Functional Sports Nutrition. She is a member of Nutritional Therapists of Ireland. In her work Ola applies the latest theories and research in nutrition, functional medicine and coaching to achieve optimum health. She works with groups and individuals, helping them to gain more energy, to lose weight, to manage stress, improve sleep quality and mood, as well as increase physical performance. Ola believes that nutrition is the key to long and vibrant live and she is very passionate about creating nutritious and delicious recipes to encourage healthy eating.

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